Cascadero is a junior exploration company focused on assembling and developing mineral prospects with large-scale potential. In addition to the Companys' Toodoggone land position, it owns a 50% interest in Salta Exploraciones SA, which company holds a 100% interest in 46 properties (approx. 102,000 hectares) in northwestern Argentina. The suite of mineralization identified to date includes IOCG, epithermal base metals, sediment hosted gold, high-sulphidation, silver, lithium and several properties with alkali metal potential, especially cesium. The Cascadero Copper property consists of 72 converted new tenures, which aggregate approximately 30,000 hectares in the Toodoggone River region of north central British Columbia. This large contiguous claim group is about 15 kilometres north of the Kemess copper gold deposit operated by Northgate Minerals. Geological field work conducted intermittently in the area since the 1970s has identified numerous copper-gold prospects, including the Pine porphyry copper-gold deposit. This large area remains highly prospective for large copper-gold mineralization and the Company believes that continued exploration will result in the discovery and development of an economic deposit.